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October 16, 1999
Calling all history buffs: The Times plans to spotlight events of the past 100 years that helped shape the San Fernando Valley and nearby areas, and we need your help. We're looking for readers' suggestions on those moments--both great and small--that marked the region's development from oak-dotted grasslands into a vast expanse of homes and businesses. Earthquakes and the arrival of water we know about; we're especially looking for offbeat or lesser-known events. Send your ideas by Nov. 1 to: Century of Change, Times Valley Edition City Desk, 20000 Prairie St., Chatsworth 91311, or e-mail them to valley.
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May 2, 2011 | By Catharine Hamm, Los Angeles Times Travel Editor
Question: Can you ever get too much of London? Answer: Maybe. This is being written before the royal wedding, so you may be sick of the jolly olde place by the weekend. But next year promises to be a big one for London, which is one of the world's more expensive cities. A couple of weeks ago, reader Patti Black of Pacific Palisades asked about inexpensive accommodations in London; she'd heard of convent and monastery stays but wondered whether there were other ideas she should consider.
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July 2, 2002 | HUGO MARTIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Over the last three decades, Southern California has developed the largest carpool lane system in the nation. Over that same period, solo commuters have devised some pretty outlandish schemes to try to drive in the Southland's diamond lanes. We've all heard the stories of the pregnant woman who claimed her unborn child as a passenger. And then there's the tale of the hearse driver who suggested the body in the casket qualified him for the carpool lane.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 1999
Calling all history buffs: The Times plans to spotlight events of the past 100 years that helped shape the San Fernando Valley and nearby areas, and we need your help. We're looking for readers' suggestions on those moments--both great and small--that marked the region's development from oak-dotted grasslands into a vast expanse of homes and businesses. Earthquakes and the arrival of water we know about; we're especially looking for offbeat or lesser-known events. Send your ideas by Nov. 1 to: Century of Change, Times Valley Edition City Desk, 20000 Prairie St., Chatsworth 91311, or e-mail them to valley.
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